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Bavfcer* and Broken.
TREATISE ON OPTIONS.
Sir. At-. hoe rram?. tata City lAlllor «C Hit TI»M,
■sswlsin -Option.- as
■ The most scientific end prudent way of
cperstinK on the Stock Exchange."
nil" rratrm. «Uhnac!> very pnpol»r mm (he Continent
.nd Os America. I. ont » sell kaowm aSMS«st Is
—t.t» •• IU merit* Ja-tl.'v. „ .
XV* bar* ju»t pul.ll-hed a seir TrestW «■ this
•MhieH. whirl, will be *eat pest (res «•• appUcstlM te
Tbe tccr r ltry.
London & Paris ExchangcLtd.
BANKERS.
Basildon House. Bank.
London. England.
•r (ram say of He Biaoctaea.
William P. Bonbrighl & Co,
Umters New York Stock Eichuge
Orders Executed on the
London Stock Exchange.
New York, 24 Broad St.
London, 16 George St, Mansion
House, E. C.
Colorado Springs, Colorado.
United States 4s, 1907
EXCHANGED OR REDEEMED
N. W. HALSEY & CO.,
BANKERS,
49 Wall St., Xew York.
Philadelphia Chicago . San Francisco
R. L. DAY & CO.,
BJkXMXm.
OS COVGRESS BT, • JJASSAC ST,
Be i toa. >>»■ Terk.
NEW YORK CITY BONDS
Exempt from State. County
and City Taxes.
N. W. HARRIS & GO.
BANKERS
Pine Street, Corner William
NEW YORK
Receive deposits subject to check
and B'.low Interest on balances.
Act as fiscal agents for munici
palities and corporations. Issue
letters of credit and deal In
BONDS FOR INVESTMENT
LIST ON APPLICATION
Beaver National Bank.
BEAVER AND PEARL STREETS.
GEORGE M. COFFIN". President.
S. H. l-AXDEn«RIFT T. P. 'WELSH,
Ylce-IT»sidents.
J. v U)CCHUS. Aest Cashier.
Accounts of Merchants. Individuals
and Banks Solicited.
Dividend Notices
f|\HE BOARI> OF DIRECTORS OF LORD * TATI-OR
A. have this day Purls a Quarterly Dividend of
two per cent *2%' ion the Common Stock ©t this cor
poration, pnyable May Ist. 1907.
"The transfer books ■will be closed from April 28 to
May 3*t. both inrlusive.
E. H. TITT'S. Treasurer.
New York. AprH -". lft<"'7
Financial Meetings.
Ml* ENGLAND TF.LKI'nOXE AND TELEGRAPH
• OMI'ANY.
To the Ftockbold^rs:
The annua! mMte of the Storkholder* of the NEW
KNOI-ANU TEI.EVHONE AND TELEGRAPH COM
PANY will lie fcold«>n at the f.rT!'-^ of the Company.
15 I'«-y Street. Room No. IT,''J. Borough of Manhattan.
Jr. the CUT of New Tork. N. V.. on Monday, the Sixth
of May. 10«7. at eleven o'clock In the forenoon, for
the following purposes:
Ist. To elect l>ir»>eiors and Inspectors of Election for
the «nsulr.g year.
2nd. To transact er.y other bu«:neg« that may then
legally come before the meeting.
The transfer books will b» closed from the 22nd
day of April 10 jhe Cih day i May. both days in
cluded.
By order of the Director*.
EDMUND W. I>ONGLET. Secretary.
New Tork. April 15. IW7.
WOULD QUELL AGITATION
Raflzcay Supply Manufacturer* Fear i
Business Depression.
A petition, signed by manufacturers in the rail
way supply trade, representing two hundred and
twenty-five thousand employes. protesting
atgainsst further railway agitation and legisla
tion, is being circulated among business men
cenerally. It was the result of a recent meeting
In Chicago of men interested in the railway sup
ply business. The petition says:
Fact I— Business has been and is prosperous.
There is apparently no commercial reason why
we should not enjoy a continuance of such pros
perity unless some unnecessary conditions in
tervene.
Fact 'J— The national government has been and
Is investigating the railroads. The state legis
latures have pending four hundred bills, none of
which is for the benefit of the railroads, but
every one of which is designed to reduce In some
way the net earnings of the roads. Many vil
lage and town authorities are passing ordinances
which Interfere with the operation of the roads
and reduce their revenues. Tbe^ibUc press has
given wide circulation to all 01 this agitation,
and in many instances approved the same.
Fart 3— The railroads are stopping all unnec
essary expenditures for this year. For instance,
one road has stopped construction on seven hun
dred miles of new trtck: another has cut its ex
penditures $s<liM).Ooit and stopped work on four
hundred miles of track In addition. Many roads
have issued instructions to use stocks on hand
and not to buy anything for six months, except
to meet great emergencies Furthermore, rail
roads generally have stopped all plans for ex-.
penditures for 1908. No new orders are now be
ing placed by the roads for next year.
We, in view of the above facts, call public at
tention to the present situation. We are the
nearest to the railroads, and. therefore know
the situation, and are the first to be affected
At present business is good on old orders, but
we believe that business will be bad unless this
agitation is stopped.
We know that if present conditions continue
all classes of labor and every business interest
will be Injured. We know that every manufact
urer, every jobber and every retailer In the
United States does business directly, or indi
rectly, with railroads or their officials and em
ployes. We know that the railroad interest is
next to farming, the largest In the country We
know that when railroads begin to economize It
eeriously affects every other business. We know
that under such conditions labor will suffer
very greatly, and that men will be seeking em
ployment.
V.> believe that now is the time to act. before
the damage is done, and that every man who
read* this should act. If 1O per cent of the men
In the United States would to-day write to the
Governors of the states in which they live, and
to their Representative in the state legislatures
stating that this agitation was injuring their
'business and that it must be stopped. It would
b« stopped. Every one of these public servants
would listen, because every writer is a voter.
We do not object to the regulation of the rail
roads by the national government In the proper
manner, but we do "object to going through *
period of hard times similar to that between
ISS3 »*>•! 1607 In order to accomplish alleged
railroad reform. The situation is serious. Im
mediate action is necessary. or business will
diminish; bank accounts will be reduced; profits
wilt disappear; salaries will be cut; wages de
creased; men discharged and thousands will be
looking for work. Even* laboring man, every
business man, every professional man. in fact,
i*...i win be affected, tine should act now.
THE FINANCIAL MARKETS.
SECURITIES OPERATIONS MADE UP OF ROOM
TRADERS 3 DEALINGS.
Monetary and Business Conditions Sound — Railroad Earnings
Improve — Heavy Foreign Commerce.
THE WEEK IN WAIL STEEET.
j Operations In securities in the last week were
, made up in great part of the transactions of the
board room element, commission houses being
unimportant factors in the dealings, while the
, more substantial speculative interests confined
1 their attention to a few shares in which they
. merely gave support on every appearance of
; aggressiveness by the bear element. The bear
■ party at present is made up of room traders
| who are willing to operate for quick returns in
the absence of speculative activity for public
' account. At the moment the market has no
definite trend and evidently the prospects of
; an Important movement in either direction in the
i near future are. extremely unpromising, though
there are some traders who are buying stocks
on all reactions to hold for higher prices, which
they believe will develop in the course of the
next few months, their theory of a bull market
Wins: based on the strength of underlying con-
I ditions, on the improvement that has taken
, place In the money makets at all financial cen
j tres of the world and on the belief that the
j country's Industries will not react to an extent
that will compel railroad and industrial com
■ panics to reduce their dividends. Efforts to
! scare the holders of American investment securi
ties by the silly talk that the policies of the
1 Washington administration will upset the busi
! i.ess situation in the United States are falling
flat; so also are tha Chicago rumors of damage
•to the winter wheat crop. Investors realize tho
i importance of good crops, but they are not will
; Ing to sell their securities just now became
' speculators who want lower prices for stocks
and higher prices for grain are predicting a
famine in the agricultural community in the
current year.
Th« government figures of the condition of
winter wheat as of April 1 indicate a larger
crop than was gathered in 1906, and while there
doubtless has been some deterioration in the la*t
two weeks owing to unseasonable weather In
certain sections it is absurd to place any confi
dence in the reports that come from the Chicago
rumor factories intimating that the year's yield
will fall far below the normal. Conditions have
been reported In some sections which under no
crcumstances could develop, and new bugs which
exist In name only are said to be gorging them
selves on whatever bad weather conditions have
left of the crop. It is encouraging to know that
the campaign recently started by certain inter
ests to develop the belief among investors and
business men in general that President Roose
velt's ideas affecting corporations sru '.1 industrial
ruin is meeting with no response from Investors
and Is not shaking the confidence of the business
community in the stability of affairs In the
country. Trade reports indicate moat satisfac
tory conditions throughout the land despite the
fact that in the last twelve months tremendous
property and stock market losses have been re
corded. A year ago the San Francisco earth
quake wiped out millions of dollars' worth of
property, it Involved the big Insurance com
panies in enormous losses, upset th? securities
markets and affected the money market; while
in the year Wall Street suffered from a declin
ing movement in stocks that ended In an acute
panic In March. Yet to-day the situation Is as
strong as if not stronger than at any time in the
history of the country. The country has been
prosperous notwithstanding a number of unex
pected adverse developments, and as this pros
perity has something stronger than speculation
to depend upon there is no danger now of .1
collapse. There is, however, prospect of a slow
ing down process which will strengthen the
chances of a long period of business stability.
Business men and bankers ate adopting a more
cautious attitude in their operations. Railroads
are cutting down expenses and postponing for
a time new work that is not absolutely neces
sary at present, feverish speculation in rfal es
tate is giving way to more orderly operations
and in all lines the tendency is not to bass
transactions on the surety that nothing can hap
pen to our prosperity. Willingness to realize
that something might occur that would tend to
injure business and preparation for such an
eventuality are protective measures that will
serve to ward off trouble and to place our In
dustries and finances In a strong position to
meet trouble If It should develop. Both call and
time funds at this centre are easier than they
have been in months, and throughout the coun
try rates as a rule show a declining tendency,
owing in great part to the healthful readjust
ment of securities prices to a lower level, to new
gold production, to the large imports of tho
metal made in the last twelve months and to the
passage of the Aldrlch currency measure, under
the terms of which the Secretary of the Treas- i
ury has the legal right to return to tho channels
of trade money received on customs account.
In addition the market has been helped by re
funding operations in connection with the gov
ernment 4s of 1&07 and a redemption of a part
of the issue in cash. Compared with this time a
year ago there has been an increase in the
amount of money in circulation of $229,895,080,
while in the same time there has been an excess
of exports of merchandise over imports to the j
value of $385,845,060.
That the country is in excellent condition in
its ability to sell its goods and to buy goods of
other nations is reflected in the statement of
foreign commerce for the month of March, re
ceived last week from the Department of Com
merce and Labor. Imports not only were larger
in volume than In any corresponding month in
the history of the country, but they were the
largest for all months «>n record, with the ex
ception of December, llMJtf, while exports were
exceeded by the records of only seven months
and were far in advance of any preceding March
of which records have been kept. The excess of
exports of merchandise over Imports amounted
in value to $'JS*.rt('iG,B6s. bringing the excess for
the nine months of the fiscal year to $3H5,84.Vrf*0,
compared with an excess in the same time in the
year before of MMISMjMB. Total imports and
exports for the nine months amounted in value
to $2,417.!>60,880. an Increase over the preceding
year of $16U,50U.fiM.
Borne observers have maintained for the last
twelve months that the I'nited States is heavily
In debt to Europe and that our ability to bring
In gold and our refusal recently to take the
metal from London when w© could have dono
so if the need here had been urgent do not in
dicate a balance in our favor, but such an opin
ion does no credit to the intelligence of people
making it, inasmuch as general International
financial movements and the course of financial
affairs In this country and abroad prove abso
lutely that for a long time the United States has
been in control of the foreign exchange market.
New York has not yet become the chief financial
centre of the world, but It Is pressing London
close, however, for that honor. It was predicted
In certain quarters a year ago that the gold
brought to this country from Europe on San
Francisco requirements would speedily return,
but for the nine months ended April 1 gold ex
ports from the United States to all countries
amounted to only $20,847,748. compared with
I Imports of $104.fi4»,2»3. an excess of imports of
I 5tf3.547.5i5. It Europe should need gold from
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. MONDAY. APRIL 22. 1007
the United States our bankers doubtless would
not object to a moderate movement, but ship
ments will not be made if there is any danger
of upsetting the money market.
WEEKLY TABLE OF BONDS.
I Last] I I Fin 1 1 1
Sales. Bends. Iprev. High . ; Low. Apr ' Net
I sale. 1 1 , 20. I change
$100001 TJ s4s Coup 1025. 130H 180% ISOHI + 14
30001 do as Coup IWIB. 104 103\ j 1U3»« ios\ — > 4
!i4ih»i Japanese «s 87 7 i S»S j »7»«! st 7",' — :
141'> ii ( do 2d I<7V !'7 . l«7'» 97 « 4- »i
347000| do 4'js ! 01H 014 BO\j Ko , — i.
740UU1 do 2d 1 »I%\ i.p. !»1 I 91 , _ H
51000 do 4- ,MS Ks>.| 83<4 88U 4- '.
20000 of Cuba 8e... 102 , 102 lIOIVIO2 I
40O0O|U Sof ilex 45... 04". 4i4 i *<t4'- H4 I !«4 ' i + V
24J00 do fts.: »'.» VH3,.\ i* 1 -.. OSM. —'U
2000 ,Va fls DeM Ctfs.. 22 I 23 2.S *| 23 I+ 1
lOUOO: Adams Ex 4* 09 80H OB l«!< '
lltJ(M»> ; Alb & Sum SHa..j I>k>j tW< a [ »TU Qs>., — \i
l!»Hoi>!Am Cot Oil 4', 8 1 91' iOl ( 1>! ' 01 i — *«
7000| Am D & Imp 85..111 l i 10»'i!10»i, loi»it - 1» %
»i«l.Ani li *I. lis ... *:'., 08 88 IBB* I + ',
2!iOO:Ani hits rt5...., 88 i>'.>\ l*!> 7 wt- H 4. ji,
3«>.«N»t Am Tobacco «'*••■ 1".".' 4 I"-"' 1 - I<i4' a I(K'iV» + l i
147000 do 4«. . j 73 I 732 72% 73
17"«>.> AT& S V AdJ 4si 014 |tl', »1 I »l'il — %
61000 do Stpd to, 02 |.li 4 <ir — '*
137000 ido Gen 48 | 0» !i!t | ps.. (tsv _ *,
sssono] do Convt «•.... 100 l'»> ;i 904 100% 4- \
69000 At Coast 4s Wii* 66% OS j 86U
3000' do L & N 49... SS &8 88 88
42Otrt]B & <> Gold 4«. . I loot, inos. 4 iou iixi ' _ i,
5000 do Reg I !»SS lows lihi*, 100*4 4-I'i
191X10 do I'rior 345... t '.' i 02\ ;•.",, 82% — •*
MOOO do fun S',,B ... | !♦<> t«> 88 8» 1— i
115000 nkl\ n Rap Tr 4* .| S« tS% 84U ! Ml — 1
4<»>ut do Oold 5. . l<>rt' 4 *101> % 100 11011 101 . 2%
3fiOno|B!<ln Vn El- Ist. . . j 106 | 105 i, 104% 100 ; — 1
80000 Bkln In Gas fts. . ! l'«" l a I 107 107 107 ' + ',
loom.; «uff & Susq Ist 4»: !mv\, m 1m 1 . h:>\ 84U — 2'»
11000 Buffalo Has . r .s . ;«4 I •«« 'Hi 08 + 4'j
87000 Can So lat 6a. j 101 IOH4 101 mi 1 , + l » <
2ODO;CRR&B of OCol 6sl<>S>i lv.-,: 3 i.e... loftu 4- '4
81000IC of Qa Con .'..-> l"i> li>--- 1 1 iv • " lOSi, _ i a
2000 do Ist Ine I -■"• RSS S6S S '>S 4- -S
BOOH do 2,1 Inc 1 7.1 74 74 74 —2
53000 Cent leather r.s j M k".- 4 044' 05 — 1
1«4.0r..<> nt Psc Ist 45.. U6\ »7 :»7 97 ' 4- ! »
8000 Cent Vermont 4s. 88^ 85 80 85 4- 3\
64000:t: i- o Oen 4H«...1102 1024 101 »4» 4 10S ~
1000 do Con 5s [1144 115 US 115 + hi
•WOO Chi A Alt 345.. I »■■:» SB I 88*4 SB
8000 C 4 E 111 S X 6s.;iO2Ni lo2Ts[lO2C|lo2T» - >i
SOOO C * N W Deb lt*<>9 t l'->24; 102*4 102\i 102H — '«
1000 do Rent 1004 Mi 101 , 101 I 4. T ,
13401 «0: Chic B&■Q Jt 4s. j 9441 l>r.H 94'i| MS! + '*
*><>> do Deb Ps |lOS I 1.14 i \Kt\ 104 4. 1
7HOOf) do Hi Dlv 4«...!M24.( 102H1102 1 102* 4- '4
17000 1 do 3--S !01 I «i (91 I ;.! ____
AOOO CG T. & C 1«! Ba l'W ' ios4;w34,'inft4 4. Ci,
booo .CMiStl' C*PW f.s ill*, 1114 1111, '1111. + »»
1000' do Mln Pt 5. .. 1024 1024 ' 10.24 ' 1024
8000 do So Minn •'.« ',104-, U»\ S lftr> , ! l.v.>, 4. S
aono d.-> \\\:.i Div 6. 1074 io» 1 109 100 4- 14
45000 CR I * P G*n 4? 1 !<«'■, 1004 100 100 I — 4
671N1O 1 11 . Ret *" ... i RO4! M , BS'. S;»4; — S
T9OOO do !! R4s .... I 72% 72H 72 T24 — 4
10i«) do Cl Tr 6s •87 MVi BSV, K,\. 1— IV
2000 C6tP M 4 o 65.!12»4 1.10 >130 130 4. 4
876000 Chic TT4s<" O. MM ! 1"* (102 : 108 - 7
IOOOO; C ISt LJK* 4» Re B ! '■"■<■■, OSVi! '.*\ : Ml, _T.
10000 C C C4StL •;■ -■: 4s;i<-»> l»100ull00U1100u] + li»
1000 da '' W v M »s VT%\ !>T> 4 i !>7'« P7V
'■•■' do SI L I'iv 4s. 97 07 97 i 97
8400OCol * Bo let 4. I 054 »'. 91 1 I BOU ! — 14
85000' Col Ind 5s I 624 64 •Mi «4 I 4- 14 '
ftOKO'Col Mil lKt «•... !70 I «9 I .■- iPA —2
64000! Cm Ciai I'eh <> 1"! | 133U|129U 1182 + 1
4000; Con Too 4* 1 "34; 7:'' 72U' 7:» I-- •-»
123<mn d 4 H Convt 4sr. 1102 ' : 1«2 1"1 ' 102 j
•> IW D 4 n C Con 4*. . 04* 4 ' M '94 94 — S
B MOO DI.I ?«• COT fis..' «4 ( R4 I M 8.14! — 4
•"-'«. EdEI NY Crtnvt r.« 100 ' |A 0 i 1O(> ) 100 I
7000 Eri< I>t Con 7s. .'127 ; 127 127 il-*7 '
10tifH>; .-,. ]„ «'on 45... 1 r««' 4 ; j«i ) id < „■ ) — x,
3.-JXO 1 do op. 1- ;S3 S3 181 Bll4' —i\
11000 do Convt 4s A.J m ! >tti 7H4: so I
W**>: IJO ■nn C T 4s.' *«4 « ;85 ISS — l> 3
soon Ft w*r> •■ I*l no I 112 112 112 - -
noon yt v. .v R<} in. »•» B4 T i -4 ■« 1 M r « + "• '
-■"■■ . Par l*l tts ■--.•:. 1174 UT4 — S
1000 Oen Kl»<- 345 . ...' 574 : sr> ; k.. 1 sr» ' — 74 j
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1000 H ft T Ii .• •. 45..: OS <■ •■'* : ■■» ' (•» i j. "
4.*« i Hock v lot 44» ■ l"»»« 104U11044110441 — U
SIMWOjInt-Met 44* 177 '• 7- | 764! 77> 4 ' + 'i
B*HW);int * i;t JJ 8J s*. ■- ; 9<i !97 f*B !
800(1 Int Pimm P •ls...'in ) : 100 hftO !10i»
inooljefferson r r ist.jlOl !«ifm^ : ir>n, ion«i : 4. i\
si.«. Kan <-jtj- s» 3»...l «!> I 73 I rjw, l 71 '4-2
1<««< Kfn Ci-nt 4» ' W4' H7 '. 07 ! 97 - 14
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!'">■ Kirns A- Ohln ist.'lH . 117 117 '.117 i -r 1
anoo X C rb 4 if 45. 1 Kl4' Ml 4' w«,i R. 14! _- 1
"■•• I^.- <jas lit 5»...'1024| Ift7S{I(V2S[IOSH + '4
aoon I. c * %v 2-1 r.s..il"7*» ! l'V,4;ii«4iixu,; — i\
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2<«»> do n<-t 4« ' •- ; '.174! 1*741 I*74' — 4
l^il. « S <"! Tr U..\ » ' •;«*. ! 'A.*, 1 '.rf! ' 4. 3
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Srtio rio S.-. P.y Jt 45..! "»\: 87 ! «7 !*7 I + V
iooo' l. s ft- Mso 345.! « ; fH I •.( '94 ■ - 1
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Won .in isi Inc ' £•!'»; 2^4' 23 ; 234'
!-•••• ft St I. I K»i :•• 1114 108 'Vk", 'Urt —«4
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U.'.f<iO'N-n» Kle.- It H 4s. 1 M4I 8« ! K4 ! Brt ' + 24
3000 ' Nat - ■ irch ■'"• t 73 I 7" j 7" t 70 ! — 2
U-- <• S V <• i>n 'Vi*..< 92V MHI m <i' f»34 + -.
If«f»"i«i' do Deli 1914 ...' I*l ! V.'.j' 9»14t Ot'.'i ' 4- 4
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snno NY q*e LH4p 4- MS! 84 ! 83\i S 4 ' -V »i
4000 do Ss 11034! 10.14 10.1 1084
laonojN ro4W 1:. 4« ■••:., :.- . j m ■ j«4 ( 4 «
nonolKorf * W Con 4- I B8 i •■:■, »>74' !»7\.' — v
:;:'..«»i Nor Par o«n Si I 71 ! 12% 714' 71V -1- \
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li;:».*. do prior 4s . l"lv Wl\ lnl\ 101 \( 4- -„
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11000:0 Sl. Ist Con Us. l 1124 1124:112 1124
21000 .In Ctrl Re( 45..! M i •■-•. 91*,! !.J t — > 4
l"«. Panama 44s 103 I lop, 1014 —14
21« ■■• I renn Convt 345.. 1 05U o:>4' 0.". j i>'\ %
215000 ... 34, 11(15 . ' •..-.■» : D2<l <..•_• 192 ' — \L
I-.--. do c.td 34s Ctf. !'"•■■ «« - . i un\\ i.r.v — 4
20001 do 11 i: 4« 101 I 103 103 •1103 1 4- 2
•...-. do ••.'■! 44s !10r.4i 10r > 4!inn4'iiO4l
Ik.j-1. };. idtna rten As..'> ■■>!■ :>74: MM, IM' I - 4
ru.-.-. do .1 C•• : 4»...l M I M I 93V4 •>'.■, 4- '»
lr..^) r.r.-h * i> Con fis. till V 1124 11-' 1 , 3 4- li
7<xiO !>!'. .; \V lft 45... 102 '■ 02 I 01 V «2 ' t
IBOOn mi. i MAS Gen 1104 in> 11.. 110 ! _ 4
SOOO d'> Ref 4s. : 8.V S I 84 V 84% iMV — H
Bionn st 1. ft. S r Ref 4* si I 8I4! so% Siw^! _ il
V**> Ht L Bwtl Ist 4«..i 9341 in ,93 I !> ; I — 4
'..».. do <-„r , 4s . ..7<l ' T6 ' 75 * 7'! !
34f«Kt'K Aft A P4- ..I (W I S.'.i, ST, ! s.-,i _ \
I.»Vi f-r v A X T. 45..! 954! (H ! M W I - li
BOOOlgeab A L. C.oM 45.! 74 ! 71 ! 74 I 74 !
13K10I do Ref Bi ] ORi.,' 08% I BMW I 0.M%! 4 %
sinnOlßo Par Cl Tr 4s. J 88 ' fttiu. 8« | aau 4- v
HfiriOO! do 111 l!-f 4h...! M4I 93*;! BR4I B84! — .
8000; South Ry Ist Rs..jlll ! lll' % 110% lip, 4- v
BonolT cl# R H •;-. iofl 1 1084 106 iion^l 4. i 4i 4
3<iOO'Tl)!rd Aye. Ist BS. 11l I 11l ! 111 111 I
26000| do Con 4* . . ! v.v, 8(14! M | v.; ' 4- 4
8000 T St T. ft W 45.. I 81 I Kin,, Sit I MO I — 4
BOT(O'Cnd Elec I. 85...' 7S-./ 77 77 I 77 t —14
670no; Union I'm- Ist 4s.jlolV. 1014 lA|kllA|ul 4. 4
200.1' do Re>? 110041 90 09 ! Oft 1 —14
4000H7 R I! of B r 45.! 7. I 7« ! 7<i I 7« '
r,4.«.,.. i- f» Steel BI" fSs.! B"« M« W\\ B0 '4- •-:
1<««< In Ry of St L 4a. 1 82 I 82 82 ! 82
4<Vtfat'Va 1 r? 4 C r>s...! '■"' ' 02 '.'l\ 92 ' 4- 2
l.VMntWafaarh Ist 5s 111 V 112 111 V ! 112 ' + X
3Kinl d.> 2<l 110141 101 'I"l 11011 101 • — 4
2140001 do Int Cfs Rf 4st «14! fI2 I 00 ! «2 I +4
70001 do Pet ft Sh r,^.:iosm' 10ft | 11,1.1, I lftft : 4. %
42OOO!Wnb Pitts T Ist. .1 75 ' 74V 7»4 7|\' - »i
2*oool do 36 . I 18 t -.'-•. 244! 214 ! ~ 14
4700O'West M.I In 1 74 ; , 75 I 744 75 ' 4. 4
34000' WesMnirli S X ss. I M I {.4 ' 08% 1 I»'<%' — 14
llfciOlWest Shore 4s . I""- 7 *' iai%'iaT 103* 4 4- %
BWIOI do lire ii>2 ' ioi%liot%' _ 2
10f«»'W Ny * r 15t. .1110 : 115 us 1115 I 1
1OO»I\V l n Cl Tr T.h . . l'> 2 ' 10014110041101114! — 174
«VK«i' do PA n 8....1 9«4 OS's OStJI 08UI — U
SOOOIWId Cent Oen 4s. 1 87 ' 87 | s.-a, 87 |
$6,857,500 Total nales for the week. *Xx Interest.
GOVERNMENT BONOS.
Government bond quotations compare as follows
■with those, of a week ngo:
—April 13. — - April 20.—
Bid. Asked. Bid. Asked.
U. 6. 2s. registered. 1030 104 104 v 104 4044
V. S. in. coupon. lf»80 104 1044 104 1044
V. H. 3s. registered. UtOfl 102 V 1034 li.L>". 4 ]„■(■_
U. 8. Ss. coup->n. l»08 1034 104 1004 104
U. B. 38. 8. 8.. 1008 102' i - |ft 24
V. S. 48. registered. 1907 101 4 102 lop; 102
l". S. 4s. coupon. 1907 101 ' 4 102 101 U 102
XT. S. 4s. registered. 1025 1804 181 Vi 1194 1304
IT. 8. 4». coupon. 1025 1304 1814 1304 iaiu
Philippine 4s 1004 — 1094 -_
Panama Canal 2*. registered.. 104 4 105 ,4 104 > 4 103^4
■ c
TRUST AND SUKETY COMPANIES.
(Reported by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wall stre«t.)
Hid. Asked. I Hid Asked
Alliance Realty ISO 12& Law T Ins A T 2«s' 271 '
Am Surety Co. 1874 lit.', Lincoln 875 800
Bankers' .'.<•« 540 Unit J.I Lft T :«lo 3 ai
Rd & Mir Gr. 850 375 Mount Vernon.. 223 250
Bowling Green 4:«> 4.v» Manhattan .... — 450
Broadway 150 lfl«» Merrantile _ fan
Brooklyn 425 450 Metropolitan . . 070 b9O
Carnegie 220 24<» j Bite Bond C 0 . .. 90 100
CasCoof Am. ISO 140 | Morton — 72?
Central 1.850 2.080 Mutual 120 130
Cent Realty... 188 105 Mutual Alliance 195 Jjos
City Investing. 05 88 Nassau «r,o 270
Citizens' .... — 165 Nat Surety Co. 1«5 173
Colonial .... 400 410 NTI.I, Tr. 1.000 _
Columbia .... 230 239 NT Mts« AB. I*o IBA
: Commercial 220 — NY Trust Co. . 718 730
Commonwealth — 145 People- 310 830
Empire Tnm 330 840 Realty Assoc... 147V4 IB" I **
Kqultabl* . . — 485 Standard Trust. - - 42X
Farm I, 4T. . — 1.300 Title S&T Co 52.'. 65D
nrth Ay« Tr — 650 TlCoof NY. wo 170
Flatbuvh ... 2*o 27.'. Trust Co of Am 725 75i>
Franklin . . . 810 823 | Union .1275 1 a" 1 ?
Pulton . «■*• -- United 5tate5... 1.240 1.270
Guaranty Trutt 4SO 810 D 8 Cas Co. . 223 —
Guardian.... 240 250 lITS M* T Co. 470 4SO
Hamilton ... «25 «N> US T G ICo OT4 —
Home Trust l«ft 170 Van Norton 275 «O
Hudson Realty 120 UB Washlngteif "M 400 —
Huil»on Trust. •« 105 Weatehester ... 175 • i«5
Int Bfce Corp. IST. 135 W*J3T ft M !<J7»I I72'A
Klnc County. *m 480 Wllilamsburz .. 215 225
Knlrk«rbocker..l.*/.'><» — Windsor ' 200 215
Utltn' aitr.lo3 200 1 . •
RAILROAD AND OTHER STOCKS.
Following is the usual table giving the number of shares of all .took. dealt In lutwefc g "s££l
with the highest, lowest and final price, of the week, the final prices of a week and J^ I™"*1 ™"*
prices of April 21. 1906. the net changes of the week and the high and low prices In the year 12-37. with
the high and low prices In the year UM: ■■ ■ .
•hare. — ,«»•, «•■*- I KiVl IW7- ch»n«e. 1 e.t. i e.t. _gfc_LjjgL.
•hare. ,«& «•«»- «£ \ y£al. IW7. chango. \ est. 1 est. t»t. I tst
ill It ; I ■il^i l ; t I
1.02W American Can — 6T* «« l * »H ?** ?* * _ _
1^!lllllP1iii
2<n> American Hl* & Leather pf.. 814 22 i 21 -I ~ —■ > 3O<, 2ff ,4- j*
l.M)u American 1™ Securities «27* 81*, .2* 72* « "l»h W j-H W* «,*
flu 1! §* i ; 1 1 1 1 i
Six. American Steel Foundry "4 *S *<• **» $4 — H lo\ Jtt »^ 4 £*
aiSS^iivjgiS g* j| * g* = jfi .§» s* .gji
i#^ii :2s! r I B s H * 11 & 1
<.-?£ «\ v- nTi :::::::::::::::::::: «7U,i S3* & i 5* *> I t\ I » 63 | 000 | ft
ii;=::^::::::::::: SI. df WJ ■£! I .; S3. Sj is i*
2l^iß Sr^r-.::::::::::::: 8* - H SSh±'4 Si "ft S5
43) itr.khn IWpM Transit »*% «O*, MH ■» B** + ;.. MS: 40% 9H| 71
"•> 1*75; Canadian Pacific i 1«& ! m*»; 173 176* 175 + % 1054 ISS 20» i! JS»H
*Te()f» Central leather f. 1 «< 2S> 27>t. 284 2*4 ; «•» 23 <» 33**
7^ rto preferred.^ I<>34 »74 »7 »7 »7T. — % lOS *» 1074 ©»*
400 Central of New Jersey 212»4 1W 180 100 IS*> 220 1«5 230% 2«H
U.wSirhwapeake * Ohio .*. MV.I «*! Ml 414 41 , +JU 5 Ml 08% Mi
400 rhlcaca * Alton — 17 1 1«4 17 : 10* + IT*1 T * 274 1 4\ ; a* 1-*1 -* 25
«.20»!ChU-a!o .Jreat Western 21 IS* 13 13' 4i 13% — 4 SH 12*4 23S 1«
TOO \Ct ia preferred A 77U SO I 58 M 6(VS - SS; »1\ 6» J»O TO
2 .«i do rreforrod H 3«H 1»4 1* 1* I 18*« — * *» 17 3»H 24 T fc
SBS-0 Chicago Milwaukee &St Paul. 172% 134%» 131 1334 133 + 4 1674 12^4 1»H l«i
14 'll "do oertlflrntes — I 118 11« 1174 120 —24 141 »2 — —
1410 do prVferretl 183 1314 I.V. ; 1514 15«> +14! 1«4 145 218 1«»
8 874 1 "do coruscate* — ' 13«4 1» \ 136 Mi +1 : 14» 12» — —
14342 Chit-am & Northwestern 2064 1544 14*\' 1544 140% + 6%, 205 1374 24© 102
'itttCStPM'Xo 1"* 13H I 1384 IN ; 135 +3 1 IK' i 120 1!» Mi
4 i Chicago Terminal Transfer 10H » I ft 1 6 « 1 6% 5 18«; tt^i
M - ,lo preferred 2S \ I«4| 14 . 164 M -»- «4 : 25 , » 42\ 2--»
SIM) Chicago L'nlon Traction 7 . 5 1 4«» 4% 4\ «i; 4 • M% 37»3 7 »
1.800 do preferred I* i IT I |B% W 154 + '„ 19«»: 114 4741 llTi
(00 cCc •St Louii 1014 71 , 70 . 704 72% —a* 92V « : 1O»% • »!>
10.400 Colorado Fuel * Iron , 614 35* 4 i 34>, 35 84V», + % 57%| M 83% 4-Hi
717001 Colorado * Southern 83«4 27' 4 2«i 1 2n» 4 2«4 + »4i» 4i 38% 224 41 204
T'ii do 2.1 preferred ' 41>4 47* 4 4T4, 47\ 4H , — 4 ; 884! 44 «> 43
1. :....»! Columbus & Hocking Coal &I. 21! 27V» 2«», It 2«H +4 1 M% 20 »«; IT
5 030 Consolidated Gas >'« n » 134' 4 12» . I3O4! 12J» I +14 140V 4 110 »M%l 130S
L344!Com Product! Heflnlnß ' — I l« T ir lf»4 1"4 20 — 4 24»« 17% 3» , 18^
810 do preferred — I ~>'->^ 794 7:i', 7» i, —\\ 88 I 77 83* 744
J.ooo •ComKocli Tunnal ' 20 ' .»7 j .35 .37 .M +.01 I .60 • .25 .40 \ .M
5,0001 Delaware & Hudson SM ' Ml 1 1844 18«f MH , — 24[ 2274| 1«7 ' 2M% 1»»
M.V Delaware Lac-kawanoa & West. 44«> 47.i 1 4'si> 474 ,473 + 1 810 4V. : 6»> 437*1
2 I.Vi Denver * Rio <»rande •».-. .V>4l SS% 21*1, 30 _. 3, 42% 284 B1 T » : 3liH
245 do preferred M 7.'.',: 75 7.% 7.*. | SS% m\ »14 na
3CM>; Detroit t'n HH. »x dlv 1' p c — 74 | 734 74 : 744 - * 4 ! 804! 63 1 * 102 ! 70%
5 4 •Dl«tlllin« Se.-urlfi«-.i 57% 71 1 »>.-'- »v..\ JO — ;*; * 7» 62 74H 61
K'O Duluth gouth Shore * Atlantic 10 13*; Ki-^i 13\ 13 i - \\ 1»4 Mi 22% M
800 »do preferred ' «0% 24 | 23 j 24 22 -f 2 , 3» 20 I 45 ( 32
M'niamor.l Match - j 12» 1 125 i 125 1234 1234 1234 —
4*,74" Km" . 43' i 24 22% 234 24. — M 44>» Xl\\ 60%; 394
f».2M: do l»t preferred 77 I m | Bl4i M 4 i 52< 4 + 14! 75% 614 83 74\
3.0jt.! do 2d preferred «7»4i 37%| 35' 4 i .->;•, 374 — % «7 .".4\ 76% 624
I<»h 'Federal Sugar r r ef"rred I — ! '•"V " T » >>7 T , <.•<■> , —24 00 7>'. — —
L'firti Federal Mlnlnc * Smelting — ! 145 | 137 HI 147 — M i HO 137 10ft 13S
«75 do preferred ; 103=4 s«'^; *4 S4 M I — 1 07 *> 112% in
150iOranby ... ...... — I !?■«> 1 130 . MO ISO 1 — — — j —
livtiOeen Bay * Wlr.or.a — ' 71 | 71 71 — . — 71 71 — —
400 General Chemlral Co pref 103% 101 . M M W*\ — «* 1024 074 \c*\ 103
2.2lo' funeral Electric Company. ... I«S>4 14<» 1454 147 1474! — >, 1«3 13«4 184 134
74.V Great Northern preferred 31*4 136\| 12Mi 135% l.ii', + 4' 4 | I**** 12« 34S 17%
."S.24'»| 'do ■übccrlptlont — 12.V-, \ I^2 12»4 123 + 24: 13'»« 122 — —
10.2501 »do ore rertlflcates — «4 * IMS*, «4 K8 - 8 M .V» 85 70» 4
2»!H H Ciaflln — ! 10« [ MO , l«0 102 ! in.: 102 117 11«»»
ir.r.,Hnmestake — 75 j 75 ' 75 I M — M M 75 8« «••
KiOlUllnois central ... « 172\ 14.'. I*.'. 145 | 145 — 172 134 IS»4 1&4
?::<» Interborough Metropolitan -- ' 254 2.*» 25 25 — 3» ' 224 BOS S3S
2.:«n: da preferred — — ' «n> 4 P»<V ■•* «•» ' — 141 754 62 87% 70%
liOO; international I'ap-r ill , 14* 4 | 13% 13* 4 ! 144 — % 1«', 13 ' W.i |X
40O' •International Power •»■•! • I 43 4". | 44'» —14 60» 4 | 43 »5 4S
International Steam Pump 4«4| JO | 27 I 28\i 26» 4 i ■*• 2 41 i 25 BO ' 27
21" do preferred <•» .liv 14 P ... IW4 * 7l> 1 7!> 70 70» 4 j 4- *»! 81 744 »2 ' 7»
I.OlOllowa <v n traj ... .. 2f»4l I R S" 1"> 19% I"* 1 * -I- V 28%! 1H 84% 24
l.RrtO rj.> preferred ' M« I .W«| H.V, ( 3<»\ 37» 4 ' — 1 I .-.1 ! 304 »W\ 4"«
2.178 Kan»a« City Bout hem pref ...I 57 ' «VS! M ! «> I 50 j 4-1 *l\ 45 71 , *>
|Ol> I nit.- Krle A ■Western preferred 8* «.*. ■ < .". j •:.". I ■ ■ 65 55 »2 I 7.-.
2.2ls! Loultrllle & Nashville f 1474* 117 11« 117 11« ' . 1 14.*.', 10* 15*4' l.iijt;
800 Marknv companion ' — I 01 68 «•%! 6t> I — 4 7.V;j «24 — ! —
77:. do preferred ■ ] — 10% «*% M ! 61> — 1 I 7: 63 — —
423 Manhattan Klevated 1.'»44 188 l.i-«\ 138%! 188 I 4- % 14* 120 IS2 ' 14l>
3,l'»VMcxlra n «>nrral 244' 22% 21', 214 22S —14, 275! 15 2*4 I*%
r^» ■Mlnnenprll* «• Ft Übuli . . :■• j 4., | 4f> ! 40% i 4» i -(- »i 59 ! 414 1 84V»i .18 4'
100 MBP* BSt M ' 160 |O4 I 104 j 1.4 104 . 14i».i' V 7 l»t I 134
1.410 d.^ pr-f^rrei .-' 1714; l^-» l s; 1.11 j 1.-4 . I 137 — 3 I** I 123 ' Ifc3\! |«34
12.250! Mhaouri Kanaaa * Texas . . 34 ' 884 IS 36S 354' - % 4»S .■" v - < 43%' -!•
2.633 d- pref.rr-1 - «»% •-" . 1 — tX>4' j • I !
-- do rx ,!lv 2p o *>V '■•"■■. ! 65 ; ■ . + * 4 ', 72\( 59 i Vt\ «4'»
7.flOA|MlMOQii J'a-irt,- ftS 7.'. 72% | 74', 73%' 4- %' »2V M I 106%! 85>w
1.253 •National ni».-ult .... M ' 78 I 7't ■ 70 77 + 1 »* ■. 75» 7»4 ? Xi "
l«l *fla pref-rrAl -- 113% 11.T 4 ' 113% 11»V — 1 , I!7S : 111 ' 1184 M3tt
-■•■ Nutlonnl Knamelllnit ... 14 11V IK,' 11%,' 12 i — ■, 15% li»%l 184! 12
in do preferred — M [ 84 I •> 1 • X2 l »' — • »7 ! 7» ' BS4! S2
lIV. •National !.»« 1 II ' «2 1 .-7 2 ! .-ay. R.i» i .v, ' 704; 4.., ; 93^1 3,5
S2Ti "do pr»ferr~l i«i o*% o*4! 1»>,1 M 1 — 4 i>«s I m l"« l 4l 4 www.
l<»'NnTlinal It II of V-v n r-r.f .. . :.-•, .'.2', .'•-■. 52%' .'-4 ' —14 *!•%! 4»>, SO\ .1«
14 ->• •Newhmi»e M!nln«r ■ Bi Htlng -- 21 >\ I*4' 1»V !»• ' ■*■ l 4l 4 2»% 1-4 — —
2.225 1».N>w Y-rk Air Hr..«- 147 116%| 112 t 11«»« : 114 ' 4- «%' 1414' 1"O ■ 163\ IS;
18.401)1 N«W York Central 142 lir» I!-; 118% M 7» 4 ! - %' 134%' 1114 13HV US
1 'C." ' New York <"hi.-a«o *Ht I,onl». •'. 41%; 4'» I 41% 4.., 1% «34> .Vl%< 734' 53
ISO N»w York Dock 42'il 00 ! M ' ■>> ' 3 2 ! —2 I 42 i SO ' SOU 3.T-J
STSINrM Y-rV .v N>« t-r»»v Tel . . 1144 114 j 1144 113' 4 ! 4- l'» ! 115 I ltM» j 155%; 125
ion New Torii Saw Haven ■ il ' If:-, 17i* I 17« I 17« : 176 i I 1SI» 173 »H%' l«9»i
4iV»>>* York Ontario * •<■'•■ 41V\ 3S%' 87% .-.- . a.«V 48% :U4 57'»! 43%
.TS.-U Norfolk X- Western ! £«%! 7«. 74 7.*- : , 7t!%' —14 »2% ! 71 ' 97H ! »4
!•»'-• North Anrrl-an | '■- • '" '■ 7T4 72', 72%! — 8»» 4 ' «»% 107 : -7-,
7«.«1O Northern Tadfi- 215%! 134' t ; r.v.4 : 1.14 V la.-, 4-6 ' iaau 114% 2S2S 17'<;*
C..-.3' •■ <er!tr!.-i»te« - I l"'. 1 . 11* 11«4' 11.'. j +14 134 • 11» | _ _
«•»' Ontario Slher '24 5%; ■"• ' r, 54 — 4 (*s •* 84' a
:♦«•■ I'nrirtc «'onst. ex dlv 14 c... 134 D 7 1 I»' : j ' I*7 ■ J »7 I 4- 14 1244 1") I 142 t l'C%
»h») doM rr-f-rrM -x !h '4 pc 1324' "'i ; .' lot I i«ii, 54e\ 4-3 1 1244! 05 135 i<*4
1.40T1 r«<Mn> Mall 41%' I*4 M ! »*« 27 -14 414 214* 51%' 28%
14.7 .V' Pcnnarlvanlß Rallmad 140%! 125 122*. 124%! 1244 4- 4 141%! 114 1474' 1224
S..H-1, People's Gun & iVke !KU,: 02* i »1%1 i«2', m I 4- % ! ■•% 85 iaa i m
lifi'r' <• Cft St l/o-jls ' >>" ! 72 I 72 j 72 ' 7" I 4- 2 j 7< 67 B*4' 7-4
I<iO nttst.urr cosl ........ 14% 12.»[ s^%' u>. ! 11%! 4- s M". 11% 1« l »' 13%
100 tdo rteferri-d srt 5.1 ' M ! 01 ! M I -— • '>>% 40 i 62<-i' 6«
8.110 Pr*a* Strel car 64% M , .14%! 36 I 35 4-1 57 j »■> I 6*%! 43
BW> do preferred ! W», : tm 4 [ i>2 ! 0.1 : ,' ** ' — \ «•"» t* I lofl I t»5
.TS.T Pullman Pa!ac> <'ar I 2.W^. l<"-'»4 16» ' |M ' Mt\] — %i 1*1%! i^> ' "711 I l»rt
r<«> •rutlwn.y Ste»l Sprlnif 65 I 44 I 40% 4.1%' 45 j — l%i .-.7 , 39 I «2% : 44
3»^ :\., rr ,ferr^l I 109 J M M I 93 Oft | — f-> , !•> I 107 I ;.7V
84.-.3K" n«-».lln« 13W» 1014 100% 1"7 ' I<>4',' 4-2%' 139% • »1 ! 1*54 I 115
■_■>• .!o In. preferrei I ■•• ! S.". K44 v, M — 141 02 I v 4v 4 ! t"« I 8i»
lO.Ifs". •R-pub!l.- Iron A Pt^et j .11%% -•'■. 27%) 2*V 2>% - 4 1 41'» 22', ; 41\ 22%
!■-■• ••!■» |.re T «.rre,l I 10T- , M 1 >•:; I 85 : XV, — 4' 100 : Tll • | 1104 01
ll.CiO I'.ork Kar.d 27 21%; 20% l 21%' 21 I ■>- %' ""4 17", 33% 224
1.7«t»; do preferred | «rt 60 I 474 4- J %>4 —24 644! 40%: >.;.\ •■ >
6OOISI Ix>u!« *8P 2d preferred 47 1 SB . -;44 35%! M i — 4 4-'»% l M ! 61%' 4>»4
1 "••' Hr ly>ul» * thweatern if, : 214' 'j>\ 2!'- 21 4- 4I 254 1 ■- I 21% "iV,
«m do preferred M' . ■-•• : . 63 I M ! 5.1 ' | »C 4 ; 4.--, «s% 4«\
»>■<»• Slf« Shrff Bie*i * Iron ; -•". 63 1 .M"; M : 524! + 4 1 77% ! 43 : 974 «.m*
|«0.57<> I Southern Pmctfle '■-'•%: «'4 IW I»2«, ; <-l\ ~ 1%! M' 4 - «:».■«.: Kill «
4!«>: do preferred .. 117' 5|5 | 1184 115 ' lt«i;' ll«4! I \\<u % 112 I 120t,t I]rt
8.700 Southern Railroad • .is-%! 214 2"'»' 2141 20% ~ \< 34 : u>\ ! 42', ::is
2:»SI> 'i,. preferred :'■.••» •:■. •-! ! go ! »-i « + %' »44 ! •« 1 V* j Pr 4
200 'Standar.! Mlntnit ■ J -- 260 12 50 ' 2.60 2.50 I 1 370 "' 2 4'> t .'•■•> ' •».»
2.4oo{*Tmne«a*a Copper .... — ' 4»»» .1» • 40%! -.'•■« -1% 63H1 "i", — "■
r<N>-Tennes?e*. Coal A In>n ; -- : 14.'.% 14.1%; 145%: 144%' - \' TO I 1" ■ :• •■. 12 1
1.800T«wn A rarlfle ">-\ ' »Vi WJa 27%' 28 -- %' 37%! 54% 4 m, t H
100 do Land Trust | 72 I N ' 76 | 76 i 76 '. | W «s I M •■>
2001 Toledo i:uil«»mi A I.tKht .... 1 — ■.■•■. ■. 2a ! 26 ' 26' 4 — % 2» I 24 i .16 ' 25VJ.
11. in Toledo st Iioul» * Western I 36 I 2t>4 2»\ 2:'^ 21»% 4- '. S3» 4 ! 2.1%' 4^4 •-■:
8.150 do preferred [ T.t\\ 64%j 63 ! .14%' M, — 4 54*,' 45 | 60%j 43
1,200 Twin (."Ity Rapid Tranalt.. 117% »B t !<.14 X ' '.'.•.4 — 4I 1(«»,! H7\' 122% l In
in ! - n!'ii clKar Mf« preferred — J «»• 1 I*. 1 »•» I ... i . I f»4%l *7 I I>4 I »>».
-."■ •••:.!. v. I:a X A Paper -■. fi 54 •'■ I 6% • % sv, S4 t M; 54
620.250 ( 1-n|on lain.- 152\ 1.174 1-12%! M7W' 1.144 4- S t 1M • I !Cv 4 l!W%t ign2
3.1"! do preferred Ml, BTH «• I Mt% ! M • -1% (-4 ! M* 4 I I*4 IM4
200 United Hallway Investment.... f.24; 87 I .17 I 37 ! 42 4- ft I »2 27 I 'is 50
flOO]«U S Cum Iron Pipe i- Foundry 4!", 3i ' 85% Srt j M I 4- 1 ' 4n' .;•■. ! .13 4.it4
ion •,! . preferred IM% »"4 *"- ! 00% 82 — 14' v. ' I 74 ->:-, M%
M»> 1' S Itealty & Imp 01 72% 711 724 ! 72 j 4- »{j OO4! 7t% Ml,) 75
100 •(• S Reduction A H-rlning „| .13 is I m m I 174 4- 4! 3111 i 1.1t,; 4.^, 34
Bon •!. preferred 1 68 OB Mu| 64% 56% — %! 10 I 4.1%' 84 I *>
!.<•>». 1i.1t.-! State, Uuhher ■ I Bi 4.1 41*. 42%' 4:i\ — 1%! 524| 3KV NHil S.H
7*l do Ist .r-f ex dl» 1 p <-. . 1104 lOBV, 102',! 108% | 1«>44 1 4. V 1O»%( OS*',! 115 | lm\
300 do M pref ex dhr 14 P c "•■ . 72% 72»»! 13% 74 ' - 4 7--, «8 I -74 7.-,
278,5601 United Suites Steal 4.14 r!»4' 05% 57%! S«4| 4- % 50% | .■;!'. s<": .1"V
40.628] .lo preferred J M 8' 4 ; 10lV»! )»s%J lirfii^l p»%l + -. 5, .71, 1 ; ,r 1 lI3U' j),3.v
2.tlftO «L'Uh Copper -- 20%, 2«u. 2«-4 27% ! 4-1%! 80s 24*! — I —
1.150 Va Car chem 47% 28% 28 I zn I 2.541 — 4 3fi%' 2.^4 5* ' .-.I
284 do preferred .. 112 i"-i 4 104 :■ 4 l"4 ' — - in I 101 ! 1174 1 v>4
130 Virginia Iron '■■•.»1 4 Coke.... 4rt'i 7.1 ! 7.1 ' 7.1 ! 70 I 4- 3 ! 07 OB I 9.1 ( .?*
I.W»:wabaah I 21% 144) 14>, 14%! 14%! 4- 4 IM4 12% 2«' 2 is
1.600 .1,, preferred.... 474; 2»hi 24-. 2ft% 28 | 4. 4 .i^,; 214* BS% :wu
Cso! Western L'nlon Telegraph ... 1.24 M • 82% M I 524 + 4 1 54%! 10H ! Mi.' - v. *
800 Weatlnghou»a Manufacturing .. 164 ! 14.; | 144 ! 14H ! 147 I — 1 ' 154 : 144" I 176 •■ us
!i*i Wheeling A lj»ke Kile 10 ' 1.1 , 1.1 ! 1:: 1 |«% 4. 4I ir.\, 04» 21%! lt»
120 Wisconsin Central 1 M% lit 10 | 10 1 mv + %l 2r.\ l« " j ■) | 21
, 2»hi[ d.. preferred ■■.. 51% I 404 1 4O ! 40 I 40 ' - - I MHI 3« ' 64 ■ U
0 iv;, ..... Total ralew for •'..• •..-. *l'nllsted. tPmali lots. -— — —^ . .
MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES.
(Furnished by Frederic 11. Hatch. No. 30 Broad street.)
Hid. AMie.l ; KM. Asked.
Am Press Ass'n. 05 li» I^rlllar.l pref . ISO n.%
Am S'H| d Fount. I a 1 ..-■!-. I & Taylor... !>s HI
do Ist pref 25 32 So com It K..13S US
do 24 pref. ... 3 6 Manhattan Trans •»*, 44
Am Thread pref. 3 B Mcx Nut <*..n.. lrt is
Am Type Mrs. . 3H 42 M& 11 Cba 18-SI H
, do pref 07 li*> , Nat fash X pf.,130 —
Am Writ Paper. 2*i '-'■* S V Transport... a 4
do rref 23 --l- a ' Nlles-ilem 1* ....ISS 112 1
Barney & S «• . — 7.« lotls Elevator art 4O
1 ■'.■> pier — 14- i do i>ref «»1 irt
Ray Plate (ias . >4 '* ; Pitts A I. B 33 34
Urn Col Copper. "Vi 1\ Pope Mfir — 4
Coifs Arm» .. 75 «V it.. Ist pref .... — 7i»
<■ Co of Am pf. 73 US do '.'.I rref . ... — 14
On Fireworks.. 13 17 Pratt *\V pref .9H 100
do prel 67 72 Royal Kak Pnw..l4K 1H
< - ..n-..l Kefilß. .4 8 <Irt prer 10<> HRI
Out F.lry pref. 14\ 1»U Safety ' ' 11 * L.230 2tlO
Chesebro Mfjr...420 4IW> Seaboard «•.-» 19 21
Con ll'it>l<er Tiro 4 « i do 2d |J»ef, . 40 43
do pref. .tH •.'•• I Plnicer Mf« Co .490 910
Cramp a * E... 13 1» [Standard Milling. 7 10
EUetrle Vehicle. — » do pief a»w 31V.
do pref — 14 Standard Oil Ift MO
Empire steel.... t» II storage Power... 14 v
do pref B0 OS 10th * 23d st F. 4O «0
ijir...,-,. Copper 2*% 24»i Ton Mln of N«v . lsi 4 18»i
Unll. Signal . 7<» HO Trenton Pot 14 IS
Havana Tobacco 1- 14 ; do new pref.... MB PS
it., 1-1 pref .20 22 ' do new rtfs... 70 75 .
11-11-M Ist pref 40 4% Trow Dlrectcry . . 3S 45
Hurt Hlv Xl P.. — 32«ill'nlon Ferry 2* 3i>
Hudson Rli Tel. — 72 jln F.ank Note.. 65 CO
Inter Salt i:> l«m do pref 80 . M
Int Me Marine. 7', Si trn T- -ewrlter . . . R4 M
do |.ref 22 2-' Vdo Ist prrf... 11« HO
J I- Stetson . . 275 — I do IM pret 114 n»
a
WEEKLY CURB TRANSACTIONS.
The extent to which the leading securities on the.
curb were traded In tot the week ended Friday,
April 19. with chances for the week. Is given In
the following table:
STOCKS. 1
INDUSTRIAL*
P*le». I I High. I tow. I I«a»t. I Changes
4P«!Am Tobacco j 325 i 310 j 325 | 1
ao<> Am Writ Paper.. 241 2'« 22 1*!1 *! 44
1.1U5 « o pref 25^1 2t»'^ 23 +2H
100 Central Fourdo".. tH '.'b i tH
I.HOO do pref IT. , Hi; 1 14', _ i.
1.140 Havana Tobacco. ! 13 1 11%! 12 -
10 do »>ref 1 25 ! 25 \ 25
40 Int Mer Marine.. s H I 8 _ 1.
{>(».> do pref 23H 22 22H «— 1%
TAB NY * C Mall Ss 27 3 I 28 —
1 Standard Oil. ...[547 SIS 610'; —3O
6.«»o:Waterbur} CO 1 48 48 44H —1
12.WJOi Western Joe I 27*4 2«»» tl%\ + %
RAILROAD. ~~
18.50i>! Chicago Subway. . 30**1 10 1 I*>t, ) ' '_
4.650! Manhattan Tran.l 4%| 4U| 4S; + %
1 bonds! ~~~ ~~ '
gales. 1 I High. I Low. J La, t - [Changes'
SU.OnniAm Wr Paper Bs| 153 H 8S '| «»»- 1 ~~* ~
1,000 Inter Mer Marine! 7"» *•> I 70" ZZZTT
10.000 Western Ice 65... | 6S C 5 | C 3 j ~
MINIXO.
I. »>«.>, Alaska Mines Secj l«» ! IHI l'«t — v.
l.sv. H.iiui>u:« 11 I »7»» 7 » ! ll> ; Z
2.410, Ratoptlas Mine... 7H 67»6 7 » 7V] 4. «m« m
1.000 Rimes Klnu l%v 4S 4' | .4%! — V
II ".«1.-. Boston Copper. 27S ! 24 ! -»! 27 : » 4- •>-.
2.1«». Brit Col Copper... •« • 7 1 7' 4 _*i 3
0.900 Butt« <\«lltl.in. . ! 21 ' 24% | 2&V' -
1.200, Dutte-New York.. I .">N 4l»l4 l »l 4S — *«.
3.P00 : chl<iulta li>S 1> T « 10 -*- W
XSO.«XN»: CobaIt Central... 41 ] 37S 3» — 1
I.SIOJCoI Silver SS T * >Vl Si — »4
2.l«V>,<*oluxa-I^onard .. •'• 2'»! 3 ; 4- *%
1.78<- Cumberland Ely., i !» | H\\ . «-, ' — *»
20.350: Davis- Paly Eat. . I lrt^il 12H 15V1 +;u
4.2so|l>omlnion Copper 5V 9V» .14 - _
l.rtim l>.<uiila. Copper.. II '4( lo liv % _ 11.
I.IOOI EI Kayo I SSI 5 - >.' sv*' — **
ftfitOlEty Central ' SHI »'• B«»l — H
1.700! Ely Consolidated. 1\; l'« l%|
».440| Furnace Creek...! IS m IS! — 14
S.BOA atroiu I »X%\ >«*-4 I* I *' 4- V*
2. 130 t'.reene Cananea...) IBS' BSi 1* j
S.IBO <Sre<»n<» > 'on Cop. . I 25 1 2.1 '• 24 '
1 Greene Gold-Sllv. I\' IS lii' ■
2.1*.'. do pref SS >» l » »V
SnOißtmnaJuato Con.. »'«: ■ 4 I 4 — »»
10 Cuggenhetm Kxp. ; 22»> I 22«» I 22«» I
R4OiKln« 1-Mwnr.l IS IS IS
17.000t McKlnley-Dar .. 1 11-161 1 V 1 »-l«l .
«.«<■») Mli ma." ! 4S 4 ! 44 l 4l 4
2,600 Mines of Am.... IV! IS IV — H
5. 4701 Mitchell I :t\t 3S 1 *%\
Nevada Con I 14>»( 1»S 14 ) — S
2. 7«fOj. Nevada Sm»!tln(r . ! .I', : 3 .1 ! — »4» 4
2.«75!Xev-rtah M * S. 4'«[ 3*4 1 3%! — >»
lft.!Wk>:NtT>taataa ' MS 12\ W*»; — «,
3.W>i>jOld Hundred ! SH] 3 I 3H 4- H
1.».«> Portland : 1 ' SI S — %
«.IHH> Stewart ' 2*« l 2Si 2S
2SslT«nnp«h Extenion 1 3 . 3\\ »%! " .
TYI -Bullion I 2S! 22 V * 2S| —
WiOTnlon Eiplor ... | HSi 7\ 7%
united roppsr....] 62 I <•> ] «li —II 1 *
lOOf do pref I 88 I 8* i «* —2
BANK EXCHANGES; SALES RECORDED.
The hank exchanges of the Km York I 'living
House and the stocks sold on the New York Stock
Exchange last week and for the same week of the
preceding two years compare as follows:
April 20. '07. April "1. '©«. April 22. "05.
Exchanges ....91.723.830.RP4 «2,12t1.2iT.2?l tl.Mo.<U3.t>l|
Sol shares sold 3.15.V81K1 &MM.902 3.757.300
RAILROAD EARNINGS.
The Tribune has printed the gross earnings of
thirty-nine railroads or systems for the first week
In April. Of these twenty-nine return gains of
$1. 198.5*3. or 14.7 per cent, and ten return losses
of 852,237. or 7.5 per cent. The whole shows a
gain of 51.04ii.34tf. or 11.9 per cent. The Tribune
has also printed th* gross earnings of thirty-three
railroads or systems for the second week in April,
of which thirty return Rains of J1.157.459. or 14.1
per cent, and three return losses of $8,545. or 6.2
per cent. The whole hows a gain of 80 ' 92 *' or
13.8 per cent.
Firm week in April
1007. ISO* DlOerenrea. P. c.
20 companies.. $5,iu3,!!20 Inc. tI.IW.MS M.7
10 coastal;*.. C&.SS3 SM.IIS Sea W.2ST 1 %
Total 30 c0... 5ft.547.6U »8.501.33» Inc. SLOMiu »
Second week in April— •*•"»*■ tj^
30 companies. .59.532.01 ft |8.444.M» In- flUT***
8 companies. . M.BOT 104.888 Dec. aaj "fc|
Total 23 ea5.59.730.325 «5.M».401 lne."suii>9*T I"
CENTRAL Or GEORGIA. ' *•
Number of mile* \MI ?!L, ■»
Second week In April.. *2t4.W><> 1210 «*> „. ;<
July Ito April 14 ft.830.612 ft 233 355 Bs.:'8 $ . : 'i V "
CHICAGO. INDIANAPOLIS & LOUl3Vn.tjr* V -
Number of miles 543 ju» ■■
Second week In April. . f113.»21 SlOftiS .*.»
July Ito April 14 4.K73.218 48»S? aSS
MINNEAPOLIS. ST. PAUL 4 SAULT 9TE. «2?
Number of miles 1042 1 •mv "■■■ ■
Second week in April.. *255.0«2 SMUTS? - l*i
July Ito April 14 ».70O.30» »^44« i li l& 33 * 5 !
MOBILE * OHIO. W
Second week In Apr!!.. *1». 4K1 9l*4n7ft «..
July Ito April 14 «.241.7M 7283 a« \ 1» ! *
RIO OBANOE SOCTHERS. "•'• 3 - i *»
Second week In April. . 5».97» 18 «2* •»_
July Ito April 14.... 475.137 44«8X Jlßl
TOLEDO. PEORIA A WESTERN 1 *
Number of miles....'. ' 24» 2 ia*
Second wen in April. 523.5*>4 S2l 414 *****
July Ito April 14.... m.7fl« 1.04»;721 |fc&J
TOLEDO. ST. LOl-IS * WESTERX '^^
Second week In April. $7 4.97.1 *SS3B3 ...
July Ito April 14... 8.r.8,»47 SlSl!^* -£*«
CHATTANOOGA SOUTHERN. *^ > *
Tim week In April... *3.194 €3.555 „
July Ito A»rtl 7 !1"..02-t lfS\«7 gw-
KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN' *°
Month of March
Number of miles 939 am
Gross earnings $793.13* - m OS7 **>$*'
Expenses and taxes... 480,025 OlO.'Tea «55
Net eamlnr- *303.*1 l $190 28* ~ im*7~ .•
July Ito March 31— •""».«» «■«■
Gross «arnln»» *«.<M6,3r.2 J5.Wa.329 IIM*.-,
Operating expenses. .. 4.131,074 4.2W.80S m 55
Net earnings 9 no». 92.533.07 ft $1,335713 JUtis ,Z
DETROIT & MACKTMAC.
1907. isn«. -.--
Second week In April. $27,303 $23.55* faT^*?:
July Ito April 14. ... 1.008.530 883.035 S£ ISfS
NOTES FROM THE MIKES.
An assortment of various grades of on tsJkm
from the drift ami bottom of the shaft of tit 1 Er
Pete vein, one of the five mines of the Cobalt CW
tral company, has been received at the o2c\ J»3t
45 "Wai! street, where it has Been placed «
exhibition for the benefit of stockholders and atkjsjs
Interested In the Cobalt. A carload of or» Is imi
to be shipped to the smelter at Sudbury Onttai
the samples bow thai the values will run'wS
much higher than the three cars so far shiim*i
The first three tars have now arrived at Waverl?
X. J.. where the concentrator has demonstrate
that the full four fe*t width of the vein wiirSwi
a*e 1/iCO ounces to the ton. Some of the ore in "i*
vein runs as high as 12.0W ounces to the ton. T>-,
has been widespread Interest among Cobalt miner?
as to this concentrating test.
Th» claim on the part of the owners of theßsSljy
mine that their line extends twelve feet on tJ»
twenty acres comprising the Big Pete property lav
the officers of the Cobalt Central Company ny.
been magnified by rumor into undue baportaaci
The claim has never been seriously regarded h»
the company. They say that the lines ofthewoi.
erty were laM out by government surveyors uodSe
the mining regulations of the Dominion, tad that
there is not the slightest doubt as to their carm*
ness. The matter, however, will be settled Ante?
the next ten days. «a*.f
Howard Paschal, president of the TH-BaSoa
Smelting and Development Company, has received
another message from Superintendent Ferry ottha
Kelly mine. in New Mexico, to the effect that th»
great sulphide stope. recently opened on the fifth
level, has developed the largest and richest or»
body thus far optned up anywhere in the Kelly
camp, causing much excitement among th» old
timers there, a great rush to the camp, and th»
acquisition of a.ljnt n ir.ir claims. Work is beta?
prosecuted vigorously by Superintendent Ferry li
drifting on the fifth level. Three of th» taisji
bollrrs have also been placed In position In th»
power house, and the- power drill is ready for op
erations in the big ! aft. President Paschal ex
pressed himself as more than pleased with ths ln
formation received.
The flotation of the La Rose mines si Cobalt as
a capitalization basis of iS.MO.WO in 6.000.0C0 shares.
par value* 11. and a stock market basts of C 0.000.000.
the shares being floated at V. will draw attention
to the Cobalt district. The La Rose Company has
the same capital as th» Xiplssing Company—
56.ti00.000: but the Nipissins Company has I^OO.OCC
shares, par value $5. Both companies have a at
the same acreage, the Xipissirjjt SK acres awl the
La Rose M acres, the latter company having re
cently absorbed a umber of other properties to
increase) Its acreage. Its proportion of developed
territory, however, la no larger. U as I irge. as th»
Niptssti < Company's. The shares of the Xljissir.s
Company are now selling in the market on the
basis of about SK>.WO.<SX> as against a selling pries
of Ci\O».o<v> for the La Rose.
John R. Seaxles. consulting engineer of theAntr*
lean Car and Foundry. Company, haa resigned and
accepted the general management of tha Nevada
Copper Mlnlnsc and Smelting Company and of the
Goldfleld Daisy syndicate in Nevada. He will also
have complete chirps of the Tomboy mine. These
various companies are controlled by a syndicate
of New York financiers, amor.? whom are C R.
\V0,.,-| n . W. M. Holland. W. E. Mitchell. E. a
Tustln. J. K. Mitchell, of Nevada, and O. P. Poser.
Mr. Scarlet la now at Ooldneld with W. E. Mitchell.
who Is also a mining engineer. As soon as th«
strike is ended at Goldfleld full working forces will
be put on all the mines they control. It Is «x
pecfd that the smelter •which the rtevada Copper
Company has planned will be In operation witaia
a few months.
The Buffalo Mines Company at Cobalt Is expert*
mentlng with a view to building a concentrates
mill. The results of the tests demonstrate that tht
erection of a mil! will save the company a great
deal of money. The minager has just wired that
a new vein, assaying 9.<«»> ounces of stiver, has b«ea
discovered A shipment from this vein li being
prepare.!. All of the other veins continue to de
velop fine or?.
IN THE PETROLEUM FIELD.
Th.-> last week has shown a perceptible fallias
off from th» preceding week In new petroleum pro
duction. Even the Berea grit poo! in the Cossa
district. Hancock County, whii-h has furnished bet«
ter average producers with fewer dry holes than
any other development of late in the lower south
west field, has flattened out. at least teisporarUy.-
So far as .in be ascertained nothing of ::nrortaact
or even of interest, has been found in any part ot
the lower southwest during the week. Something
of a surprise, however, was recoried ir. the sctjo»
of the well on the Ebersole farm, near Proctor.
Wetssl County. This well was drilled ai year or *>
ago and became a good producer of gas; When tils
gas supply was exhausted it was decided to drUI
into the Big Injun. This proved to be a good vent
ure, for it began producing oil at the rate of twelv*.
to fifteen barrels a day. and the output is said tC *
bo Increasing. It is even thought that the well naf
indicate the possible development of a new B!^r
JOB pool. At any r.i: considerable new work *'■'-»
be undertaken immediately In this vicinity.
On the Ohio ride a pitiful display of dusters con
tinued, with here and there a. comfortable o" pro
ducer to offset as far as it may the many failures
But even the producers are invariably small ''" ' !! ' 4
In th- SiuMiaskjr rield operations are dwindling a»J
are not likely to be revived until the price of ©a
crude product is advanced above the dollar rate-
There is a large extent of territory in «Wf sk*" o "*
which may. sooner or later, prove , attr^, ll il,,i 1 ,, Xr .i.
operator.. Good n«»s ,-on from ,£»»**£?2
nent Held. Tne well .if Jguskog.e. wtri.h <- l «f4 t "
much rejoicing when 11 was discovered U l!a
•bowing up at r barrels a day- ♦'^ r , l^ d 7na/
are now under way in thfc neighborhood and mar
prove that .1 valuable and prolific P^JJfV^
tapped. In the Illinois neld a great deal :\J£J
work has been undertaken and some in'^esH-.-,
developments may i ■>• seen this summer. '"'jSl
wells appear to be less productive than *e*aSßj
ones, which leads to the lde:i that th* effect ']
drainage is b« ginning to be felt .-»«•_ barrel!'
Refined petroleum to unchanged at S LJO <h } «»rre ,:
and 4.75 in bulk at New York. r.£»f>22*!selL'toJr .£»f>22*!selL'toJ
are on ■ basis of 5 points lower. ?»*****&s£ p\-r
renne.l oil nre also unchanged. ! ;
Imperial gallon: Antwerp. lV frs. per I- kilos, ww.
Bremen. 6.35 marks per .••> kilos.
WEEKLY LIVESTOCK MARKET. :
rhil».l-1,.h1 a . April MV^ST.VIv ■■ I !»»■_»». 3
week: Ueef ,-»mle \*O *^Is~££m»£*'*
hea.l: hogs. 3,*TW hrn.l; i-alvo.s. j^a.l: w«jj « „,
arrivals at all ..f the. l«».ilns primary ',1, 1 ' r<tr 1 , vB jer •
the beef cattle market here closed » tr ' fl * 'f J at i,fac»rr. .
deman.l which »a» not quite *> >tlx * SL/th>
llliui'ia ami lVnn»> Ivanm ''"'*.> w<l ?f' £ "swlrsi
not being in the most .kslrabl* <-™**g n £ %. "good.
average beat. S3 «7 1 » ..^^ 3 -* C !-smmoa.
J3 SOW- •«' :: Helium. UJm|o.'> j- >"•'
|si:v »>""- 1 S3Nms*"s. ''"**.. .w<wrT-^-J?. w<wr T-^-J? *m»
qulry «nd the better qualities readily V^LJS aM
Fit cows. OB9S*>M9»: thi " «••""=;•, $l v^f^alve. " «'
cows. $»«$» for common to K^' 1 - J 'l.^'oes •«*
arriving freely, an.l while the ••»>'> *» t ?f \ l ".aj coW
kept about steady tn values, ordinary ™*» !un } a , 3 »J
mon stock close.! .mil an.» weak Lxce r, ( ,'-?sj7 %inw=.
S»: rood to choice. OSflOJO; medium «* »*B^j^ .»5»
Jlkg43O: Kvaswrs an.i Westerns. $4g Jt«- „*irTVa43!4
LAMBS-lA» noMtBCf. were somewhat liberal and^tn^,
only of a moderate character while prices . w<m*
well maintilniHl. there were quire a number S»SoO»S*
Wool sheei. wethers, extra. $7«« sft; choice SS!%
«jod. $5 73«*«»: medium. $3«» 30; common, i £ ■)
Zmen. heavy, fat. »»*»«* i'llpi^i S»sej "S^JfwsM^
«1 2JVBSI 3O per 100 » !*»a than wool ,n,»SS*k
S*(HA3O: common. S7®*7 75: *$$%-*&"* *%£* bSS
Clipped lamb, ranaed fron. »» »«» 1 ,» "Sartet cWS«
wool .took prtc*.. H<Xi*--V\ Iththe »» r »^ wrß# SB
•l»a.ly shipments were ♦ntirelv <Mspoe»«J J*- ,"3ck-r^
to size and quality. S»T3«»U» City •*"»»* 1 ft*w«**
mand on all desirable *electlona was fatf. J3» «■"
values were well maintained Steers. »S*^-*S»«2
veal calves. IlBISc: extra ve«l caives. 13c, g£vZ^ibt&>
Westerns. S»«c: eoontry .tressed «•»*•*•£ til*
10© lc; extra wethers, ll^c; lambs. usl ? 1 '.«S
lamb*. Us: boa*. **«. .

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